Homewood Suites Boise
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... in town – we couldn’t afford to! In any case, our hotel, Knob Hill Inn, was a far better draw. Our room was the kind of place we would like for ourselves in Melbourne – it was spacious and the décor and furniture were modern but homely.
We picked Ketchum as a stop as it’s fairly close to the Craters of the Moon National Park. It does feel like a bit of a moonscape in parts; the area has been well protected so you get a real sense of the ...
... and that large bucket stuck in the middle of the table is filling up with the empty shells of our feast! We end our day, and our Boise experience with a roll of paper towel and a bucket! Life is good.
We leave Joe’s Crab Shack fully satisfied and hardly able to move; we groan getting into the car. A few hiccups with GyPSy’s directions but we make it to the hotel. We are ready for a nice, quiet and early evening before we depart ...
... Shanoa’s children: Arabella (Bella) and Adelaide (Adie))
2. Michael (and Paula)
3. Mary (and Doug)
5. Karen and Greg’s son Zac
Missing: Diane, Dan and Eric; Eileen’s Chris and children: Ashley, Bradley and Amanda; Paul and his family: Kristy, Annie, Grace, John and Will.
The attached family portrait ...
... in the short walk from our hotel to the sports bar. We had packed very light, each only carrying 1 small backpack. Thus, no warm clothes were to be had in our packs. We only had sandals and lightweight clothing, but after a chilly walk through the snow the two of us enjoyed a few Colorado beers and some food. Walking back was just as chilly, and after some time relaxing we dozed off with thoughts of sugar sand beaches floating through our ...
... when we will get there and can describe the fun we will have upon arrival. I don't wing things! That will make this "no plans whatsoever" adventure especially, oh shall we say...INTERESTING! Honey is a retired CPA, translation: extremely anal, detail oriented, perfectionist....you get the picture. I won't be driving this big rock star bus nor can I navigate very well (even with those GPS thingies) I close my ...